You need shoes. Guys need shoes, and women need shoes, and you need different shoes for different things you do. People may own a lot of shoes, but that doesn’t make them obsessed. Unless you only do one thing a day with your life, you definitely need more than one pair of shoes.
So how do you find the right shoes for each life event? Well, you pick what works for you, really.
When it comes to getting your workout in, people get fitness in different ways. The way you work to get fit will have some sort of determining factor on what type of shoes you opt to pick. Some shoes are made for running, some are made for walking, and some are made to wear on the court.
When it comes to shopping for your fitness shoes, first consider what you need those shoes for. But that isn’t the only determining factor. You also need to make sure you are getting the support that you need for your feet, which will help keep you from unnecessary injuries.
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Your work shoes also depend on your job, just like your workout shoes are dependent on what your workout is. If you work in a factory it’s likely that you need to have some steel toed shoes. You may want boots, you may want shoes, that’s up to you.
Not everyone works in a factory though. Office attire may call for loafers or pumps. Maybe you’re a model and you need to just be wearing the latest shoe fashions in general.
You also want to make sure that the shoes you get work for what you are doing. If you are standing a lot you need shoes that are made for standing and won’t leave your feet aching at the end of the night. If you are driving you don’t want heels that might get in the way of breaking.
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Going Out Shoes
You normally wouldn’t wear your workout or work shoes out to a club at night, so you also need to be shopping for some shoes you can wear to the club. These shoes also depend on what you’re doing and even what you are wearing.
Planning to dance? You want shoes you can move in (stilettos may leave you with a broken ankle). If you plan to be bar hopping, you may want some comfortable shoes for walking. Going to a concert? Don’t wear anything with open toes just in case your toes get stepped on in the crowds!
Size matters when it comes to shoes, but not all companies are going to make shoes that fit the same, so when you’re shopping you want to try your shoes on. Take a walk up and down the aisle with them on. Get a feel for them and you’ll be sure to get the pair that’s perfect for you.